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June 2024

Regen10 Webinar: Outcomes-Based Framework and Transition Pathways

Watch the recording of this webinar to learn about Regen10’s Outcomes-Based Framework, which aims to equip all food system actors with a shared understanding and ambition for driving the transition to regenerative farming; hear about Regen10’s feedback survey; and hear the latest on Regen10’s transition pathways briefs, which explore the costs and benefits of transitioning to regenerative food systems.

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COP28 Events

Regen10’s Draft Outcomes Framework

At COP28, we unveiled the zero draft of Regen10’s Outcomes Framework:

Towards an Evidence, Outcomes, and Principles-Based Transition to Regenerative Food Systems, 10 December

Watch the recording of this event to find out more about Regen10’s outcomes-based framework – a holistic, consultative, and farmer and landscape steward-centric set of measures that is being developed in consultation and dialogue with farmer organizations, Indigenous organizations, landscape initiatives, academia, and businesses to best understand and reflect the changes that occur on farms and across landscapes over time. The event highlighted how the framework is intended to build an evidence base that makes clear what can be measured at farm and landscape level and that captures deep environmental, social, and economic outcomes.

COP28 Events

Landscapes Transformation

At COP28, we presented the initial findings from our landscapes’ work:

Reshaping our food systems: Landscapes transformation for people, nature and climate, 9 December

Description: Watch the recording to find out about the enabling conditions for landscape regeneration, the expected financial costs and benefits of these transitions, and the need for a common long-term vision and commitment at landscape level to deliver positive outcomes for people, nature and climate. This event was hosted in partnership with 1000 Landscapes for 1 Billion People, Commonland and EcoAgriculture.

November 2023

Regen10 Webinar: A Roadmap to Food Systems Transformation

Watch the recording of this webinar to find out about the work we’ve been doing to explore the potential of regenerative food systems, as well as exciting upcoming milestones, including our plans for COP28 and beyond. You’ll also hear from our new Director, Tara Shyam.

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Vea la grabación de este seminario web para conocer el trabajo que hemos estado realizando para explorar el potencial de los sistemas alimentarios regenerativos, así como los próximos hitos, incluidos nuestros planes para la COP28 y más allá. También escuchará a nuestra nueva Directora, Tara Shyam.

Ver con audio en español. (Debido a dificultades técnicas, la grabación comienza unos minutos después del inicio de la presentación.)

July 2023

Webinar: Unlocking the power of regenerative food systems

This webinar explored the potential role of regenerative agriculture in addressing global food insecurity, biodiversity loss and climate change.

It was hosted by Regen10 and Climate Bonds Initiative, and it brought together experts from across food systems.

June 2023

Learning from landscapes in Panama, Colombia and Mexico

Our recent visit to Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia was truly remarkable. We were welcomed by a group of Kogis who guided us through their food forest, sharing profound insights into their ancestral agriculture practices.

During the Regen10 workshop at the Mesoamerican Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Climate Week in Panama, a group of indigenous women territorial leaders shared valuable insights on the mindsets and values that underpin their ancestral agriculture systems.

In Mexico, we visited the Intercultural Maya University of Quintana Roo, together with representatives from The Indigenous Partnership, using the Maya Milpa system as an example throughout the week to discuss how we can create fertile collaborations between indigenous and non-indigenous actors to move towards regenerative food systems.

(Photo) Idelicia Gricelina González Paniza, Amelia Vasquez, Briceida Iglesia and Rosabel Morales, members of BUNDORGAN, “Coordinadora de Mujeres Líderes Territoriales de Mesoamerica,” attend the Regen10 discussion session at the Mesoamerican Climate Week. Organized by the Alianza Mesoamericana de Pueblos y Bosques. 

May 2023

World Farmers Organisation General Assembly, South Africa

During the World Farmer Organisation’s 2023 General Assembly, Regen10 convened 150+ farmers from over 70 countries in its first global consultation on farmer centric principles for regenerative food systems in Sun City, South Africa.

Regen10 partners facilitated discussions to hear directly from farmers about the ways they are advancing a positive impact on nature through farmer-driven solutions. The insights from national, regional, and international farmer organizations helped guide Regen10’s development of an inclusive regenerative outcomes framework that keeps farmers at the center of food systems transformation. 

24 March Regen10 Webinar: Deep Dive into Frameworks

Webinar: Deep Dive into Frameworks

COP27 Events

Regen10 Inception Event

We celebrated at COP27 with an event to mark the inception of Regen10. We also held an event that showcases the importance of learning from Indigenous Peoples’ knowledge and food systems, in partnership with FAO Indigenous Peoples Unit and the Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty.

Read the Regen10 Overview here.

COP27 Events

Indigenous Peoples’ Food and Knowledge Systems: Regenerative, Resilient and Protectors of the Land

On behalf of the FAO Indigenous Peoples Unit, Regen10, and the Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty, this event showcased the knowledge and learning from Indigenous Peoples’ regenerative food and knowledge systems and provided space for a dynamic discussion on opportunities to further strengthen such approaches.